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Moushumi

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  1. omg, it worked! i'm super thrilled. thanks so much ladies.
  2. Thanks Tracy! I visited your site as well. Will have a go at it later tonight, and will update!
  3. Ok I will try that, thanks so much Emily. Will let you know how it goes. I'm so afraid of breaking something...
  4. Even if I turn the centre wall the other way, I am still unable to push it right up to the back wall. The floors are not aligning because the long slots only go up to a point.
  5. Hi Tracy: thanks for straightening the picture. Yes, I understand that the centre wall should be flush with the back wall. But how do I do that? Sorry if I'm not making myself clear. The centre wall will only go up to a point. There is a gap between the centre wall and the backwall. How do I fix that?
  6. Hello: Just hit a roadblock. I can't figure out how to do this step - I'm sending pictures after wrestling with this for the whole day. I'm trying to fit the backwall with the floors and centrewall. Can't get the first and second floors to sit flush on the backwall. What am I doing wrong? Please help. Much appreciated.
  7. Hello: Just hit a roadblock. I can't figure out how to do this step - I'm sending pictures after wrestling with this for the whole day. I'm trying to fit the backwall with the floors and centrewall. Can't get the first and second floors to sit flush on the backwall. Please help. Much appreciated.
  8. Thank you for replying, Holly. This is the first time I'm building a dollhouse, so I want to keep it simple! I could wallpaper the roof, or just paint it. So, here's a plan - I will first gesso the roof, and then use acrylic paint. Does that sound ok?
  9. Hi: just a quick question re the McKinley house. For the roof, can I paint it with acrylic paint? Do I have to gesso it first? Thanks so much.
  10. Hey! Looking forward to this great adventure.Thanks Lisa!
  11. Thank you for your welcome! I certainly plan to do as you say, a 'drybuild', it's called, I believe. I am checking out the Blogs section as well. I will have many questions as I begin my actual building. Looking forward to a great time. Cheers.
  12. Hi: My daughter recently gifted me the McKinley Greenleaf, and I am so excited to embark on this adventure. I've never done anything like this before, so am a little nervous. At 54, to take up this project seems a bit daunting. I'm hoping to learn from all of you, and hopefully will be able to complete this lovely Victorian!
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